Database careers

Rindegard, Johan
April 1999
InfoWorld;04/05/99, Vol. 21 Issue 14, p87
Trade Publication
Focuses on the demand for database professionals. Explanations from Marty Miserandino, senior placement consultant at New Dimensions in Technology; What one needs to break into the database field.


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